Thursday, March 22, 2007

Oh, We're Sorry, We Thought You Said AMERICA'S Mayor

The boys at the New York Post are having fun with Judi Giuliani's recent admission that Hiz Honor isn't her first husband.

He isn't even her second husband.

Rather, he is her third husband.

We say, "no big deal".

No Snark.

So both Rudy and Judi were married a total of 6 times in order to find true love, what of it?

GreenMountainPolitics1 recently found "true love" but many of our past relationships haven't been so hot - think slamming doors, thrown books and ugliness.

Glass houses?

Furthermore, we observed Rudy-Judi together at New Hampshire's annual GOP meeting this past winter and we were impressed with how in love they seemed.

No Snark.

We were actually going to post our positive observations until "Prada" Levinson made herself the story.

Oh well.

Rudy working on wife number 3 doesn't get our blood up. Far from it. That's between him and the woman (women?) he's sleeping with.

What does get our blood up is when we read this off the AP wire:

On another matter, Giuliani suggested that he was likely to make his client list from his lucrative business interests public only if the disclosure is required by federal law.

"Those are all things that have to get decided when you do the financial disclosure form and you see what that requires," he said. "We'll see what the financial disclosure form requires."

Over the past week, Giuliani has faced questions about his law firm's relationship with Citgo Petroleum Corp., which is ultimately controlled by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez.

Bracewell & Giuliani of Houston has represented Citgo before the Texas legislature. The firm has had a contract with Citgo since before Giuliani joined it, and Giuliani's campaign said he does no lobbying for Citgo.
Oh, we're sorry, we thought Rudy was "America's Mayor" (we're looking right at you, Gang of 500)?


"America's Lobbyist" might turn out to be more apt.

We don't know about you, but when we think "America's Mayor" we HAVE to think "Full Disclosure" at the same time.

Otherwise, what's the point?

Dear Gang of 500 - Rudy Giuliani, a man running for the most important office in the world, just revealed that he won't disclose to you (or anyone) how he made his money over the last 7 years because he's not (probably) required to do so by law.


The question is, are you going to have the balls to do anything about it?

We're just saying.